We offer a low-cost spay/neuter program to the public. The cost is $85 for dogs and $75 for cats. For low-income individuals, the cost is $60 for dogs and $40 for cats. To qualify for low-income pricing, you must show a Food Stamp card, Medicaid card, or government photo ID showing that you are over 65 years old.
If your animal is in heat or pregnant at the time of the procedure, there will be an extra charge anywhere from $35 to $75. Dogs that weigh between 60 and 99 pounds incur an additional charge of up to $30, and dogs weighing more than 100 pounds are charged at the vet’s discretion. These extra charges would be collected at the vet’s office.
All owners must have proof of their pet’s rabies and distemper vaccines. If a pet is not current on vaccines, they can be vaccinated on the day of their appointment at the owner’s expense. Vaccinations are $40 for both dogs and cats. Vaccination charges would be collected at the vet’s office.
If you would like to use our low-cost spay/neuter program, this is how it works.
- You fill out the form in the left sidebar and deliver it in person to the P.A.W.S. Adoption Center. We also have printed forms available if you would like to fill out the form right at the adoption center.
- You pay in person at P.A.W.S. or via PayPal using the Donate button on our website and indicate that it is for a spay/neuter.
- P.A.W.S. makes the vet appointment.